If your plastics manufacturing company has already implemented a recycling and reprocessing system for the vast amount of plastic waste that is a result of your completed products, you have already taken a big step in the responsible activities that a green and eco-friendly business bases itself on. By taking advantage of employing a pneumatic conveying system, you will have much less waste of recyclable materials, as this type of system conveys the materials in a completely enclosed line. For over the last one hundred years, Sterling Systems had been designing and producing the most effective and cost efficient material handling equipment that is available in today’s market.
Sterling Systems has an impeccable reputation within the plastic handling industry, and with our past and present clients. We have been continuously progressing throughout the years with the most advanced and updated equipment and resources to expedite your handling requirements. Since our business started, we have seen advancements and forward progress within the material handling industry, and we have strived in improving and updating our ideas, designs and systems, keeping us a state-of-the-art facility that provides the latest technology and up to the minute forward movement that has kept us the number one rated business that more plastic manufacturers have trusted in.
Pneumatic convey systems are used to transfer powders, plastic granules and many other types of dry bulk materials from one process area to another through negative conditions, known as vacuum or positive conditions, called pressure. These systems are made up of four basic elements, that are an air source, a material feed device, a convey line, and an air-material separator. The best types of materials that are easily moved through a pneumatic conveying system are plastic pellets and resin, just to name a couple. Pneumatic systems are not used to convey short distances, as it requires the same amount of equipment to convey a few feet as it does to transport hundreds.
Compared to mechanical conveyors, pneumatic systems help ease the routing of bulk materials transfer routes throughout a plant. Because the conveyor line consists of simple pipe, they usually require a small amount of floor space and the line can flow in both horizontal and vertical directions. Usually, the transport line can be attached to existing structures, rafters and columns, which eliminates the need for special foundations and support frames. Convey lines can be easily adapted to existing equipment, and can be built to avoid or go around obstacles.
If you would like some additional information regarding the simplification of routing your material with the assistance of a pneumatic conveying system, Sterling Systems would like to invite you to visit our web site. At sterlingblower.com, you can read more about many of the quality made equipment and handling systems that we proudly offer. On our home page, you can order from a list of system brochures that will detail the ideas behind these systems. You can also simply call us at 434.316.5310, and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable team members.